Shoulder Physio Ltd

Martin Scott


  • Fee assured

Specialises in

  • Musculoskeletal
  • Sports injuries (MSK)

About me

One of the most experienced Shoulder Physiotherapists in Europe. Has worked exclusively with shoulder & elbow problems since 2000 at the internationally respected Nottingham Shoulder and Elbow Unit, treating the most difficult surgical and non-surgical cases.
Is involved in the organisation and dissemination of education and research at the national, European and International levels, having been board member of the British Elbow & Shoulder Society (BESS), the European Society for Shoulder & Elbow Rehab (EUSSER) and Chair of the International Congress of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists in 2010.
Lectures at Under-Graduate and Post-Graduate level at the universities of Nottingham and Norwich.
Author of several scientific articles relating to the shoulder and rehab of the shoulder. See

Areas of interest

Shoulder; elbow; impingement; shoulder pain; elbow pain; instability; subluxation; dislocation; rehab; physiotherapy; frozen shoulder; tennis elbow; golfer's elbow; arthritis; rotator cuff tears; rotator cuff disease; subacromial pain; sprains; strains; tears; fractures; massive cuff tears; cuff arthropathy; medial collateral ligament sprains; scapula dyskinesia; capsulitis

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Procedures completed

  • AA361

    Follow on musculoskeletal session (physiotherapy) - (5-50)

  • AA360

    Initial musculoskeletal session (physiotherapy) - (5-50)

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